No so, according to the company. The hybrid version of Honda's best selling car is expected to undergo a minor facelift with the updated model making its world debut at the Paris motor show next month.
As far as we can gather, there are no major internal changes, merely cosmetic changes to the front and rear lights, with the addition of a more aggressive bumper and updated alloy wheel.
It sure does seems as though Honda is more focused on its new range of hybrid cars.
One other Honda hybrid car expected at Honda's Paris stand is the CR-Z sports concept car. The car which we are determined will become the new CR-X. It will also be the first mass produced hybrid sports car from the Japanese company.
Honda intends to start a revolution with the CR-Z, by offering a small petrol-electric hybrid sports cars. The CR-Z, a sporty 2+2, takes many ideas from the CR-X cult-car, most notably it will utilise a split level glass rear window, a feature Honda has used in over three decades in the CR-X.